In addition to scholarships available through IUPUI, the school offers a variety of scholarships, awards and study-abroad opportunities for both incoming and current undergraduate students. In general, most applications are due March 1 annually. The scholarships listed below are available for one recipient, unless otherwise noted. Students may download the applications below.
In addition, several university and school scholarships consider financial need when determining eligibility. Students interested in those applications should be sure to submit their FAFSA forms each year, generally in January and February.
Typically, scholarships are applied directly to student Bursar accounts. Scholarships of $1,000 or more are commonly divided in equal amounts between the fall and spring semesters. Special considerations, including income tax implications, may apply to study abroad travel awards. Sometimes, scholarships may affect financial aid. Students with questions may contact the financial aid office.
Applications for the 2015-2016 academic year will be available in December 2014. For information about scholarships awarded for the 2014-2015 academic year, please review the PDF below:
Incoming freshmen students accepted into the kinesiology program are encouraged to apply for the following:
Current kinesiology students may apply for several scholarships, including:
In addition, the school awards the $1,000 P. Nicholas Kellum scholarship automatically to the top academic kinesiology junior student. No application is required.
Faculty members may be able to direct you to industry-specific scholarships provided by other entities. One is included here:
National Strength and Conditioning Association - $1,500 (various awards) Deadline: March 15
Incoming freshmen students accepted into the TCEM program may apply for:
Current students accepted into the TCEM program are eligible to apply for several scholarships:
In addition, the school awards the $1,000 P. Nicholas Kellum Scholarship automatically to the top academic TCEM junior student for his/her senior year. No application is required.
The TCEM Department also awards the Ray Dault scholarship automatically to the top freshman, sophomore and junior student ($250 each). To receive this award, students must submit a 500-word essay on Care, Pride and Skill in the Hospitality Industry. Students will be notified if eligible.
The Bill Day Scholarship is awarded automatically to the top senior at the end of his/her December senior semester. That amount is $250 and awarded the spring semster of his/her senior year. No application is required.
Faculty members may be able to direct you to industry-specific scholarships provided by other entities.
Thanks to the generosity of the Efroymson Family Fund, a CICF fund, the TCEM department is able to provide study-abroad opportunities for students enrolled in the Cruise Line Management course, as well as students who wish to spend a semester studying abroad.
Efroymson-TCEM Study Abroad Award-Cruise Line Management
Efroymson-TCEM Study Abroad Award - Ecotourism (5 available)